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Thread: 2002 Rolex gmt 16710 value.

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    2002 Rolex gmt 16710 value.

    Hi there . I know itís a pissy what itís worth thread but house renovation has forced my hand so really need to squeeze as much out of sale as possible
    Full set never polished.
    Running well
    All cards papers, swing tags
    Drilled lugs.
    About to send live on chrono Hunter.Help appreciated.


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    I would have thought9-10k to sell here or to the trade who’d undoubtedly stick 1500-2000 on top?
    There’s a wtb for a 16710- not sure if it’s your exact model
    Last edited by GOAT; 11th November 2020 at 19:30.

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    DONT DO IT !!!!!!!!!!

    Sell a body part or pay day shark.

    Out of all the craziness of Rolex values these are really worthy of it a real real classic.

    It would be cold day in hell if I have to sell mine even though itís over trebled in value.

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    I was looking for a GMT the other month and was offered a couple of full sets, all were around the £8.5k to £9k mark and I'm sure the price would be a little bit higher in the outside world.

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    Out of interest, what would you guys suggest a 16710 2007 Z serial originally LN with additional Pepsi bezel Stick dial (full set) would be worth? I too am having to think hard about keeping this one in these difficult times but finding it tricky to get definitive idea of value as Chrono is all over the place on numbers.

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    They are great watches. I would say the 2007 version must be approaching 10k, retail from a dealer would add a 1000 or so.


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    2002 Rolex gmt 16710 value.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Out of interest, what would you guys suggest a 16710 2007 Z serial originally LN with additional Pepsi bezel Stick dial (full set) would be worth? I too am having to think hard about keeping this one in these difficult times but finding it tricky to get definitive idea of value as Chrono is all over the place on numbers.
    The stick dial denotes the newer movement I believe. Itís more sought after than a standard 16710 due to its rarity and will therefore be at the upper end of the price range.

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    No, the stick dial and 3186 calibre do NOT correspond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    No, the stick dial and 3186 calibre do NOT correspond.
    yep, this is a 3185. When I was looking I was a little wary of the 3186 as understood that movements were swapped in from other watches, although not sure how that works with GMT function....perhaps Explorer II movements?
    Last edited by Rich; 12th November 2020 at 19:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1wnw View Post
    They are great watches. I would say the 2007 version must be approaching 10k, retail from a dealer would add a 1000 or so.


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    Thanks, was thinking around that number, but it does vary all the way up to 13K ish with the stick dial being the cherry on the cake.
    Last edited by Rich; 12th November 2020 at 19:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    No, the stick dial and 3186 calibre do NOT correspond.
    Thanks H, I stand corrected!

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    I thought the "stick dial" and "rectangular dial" thing fell on it's arse a bit after an initial attempt to ramp up values on them.
    Didn't keep an eye on the values as it seemed ludicrous at the time.

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    I have a 2000 full set Pepsi with 2019 Rolex service ( still got stickers on ). I was offered 8500 from the trade this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oranges10 View Post
    I have a 2000 full set Pepsi with 2019 Rolex service ( still got stickers on ). I was offered 8500 from the trade this week.
    Worth more than that, no doubt.

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    And there I was going to sell at £8250!,glad I came to my senses.


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    Ive been looking to add a 2000-2004 fullset Pepsi with original serif insert to my collection (to the existing Coke fullset I have been a happy owner of for some years now), so should anyone feel like parting with theirs (see my WTB), then Id be happy to discuss details :)

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    First rolex I bought was a 16710 from WoS in Oxford St in 2004. Had to order and wait a massive 5 days for them to get one in to stock.
    Coke bezel and oyster bracelet.
    £2,350!

    Pepsi and jubilee bought last yr


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